Structure of Inhumanity
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Structure Of Inhumanity is hitting the studio to start recording the follow-up to "Completion Integration."
The band has tapped drummer Kevin Talley (Dying Fetus, Six Feet Under, Chimaira) to track drums along with guitarist Brian Koenig (Luna Mortis). Structure Of Inhumanity has also brought on board new additions Eli Pete on bass (Epicurean) and Cory Scheider on rhythm guitar (Luna Mortis).
A series of studio videos are being released along the way. The first pre-production teaser can be found below. The following press release was also issued about the band:
"Structure of Inhumanity is the musical vision of keyboardist Jonah W. (Pyramaze, Written In Blood, Echoterra, Dance of the Mourning Child, Blood Promise, Legion of Carcaroth, Avian). The idea for Jonah to form a new project came about during the fall of 2005. It was then that he felt it was time to establish himself as a creative force and a songwriter, in addition to a studio musician and live performer. The basic groundwork that became the foundation of the Structure of Inhumanity sound, was melodic, epic, occasionally progressive, and over the top heavy metal, strongly routed in the Swedish and Finnish sound, with a touch of American style riffing." More...
New Jersey unsigned progressive power metal band Structure of Inhumanity has posted its new music online with acclaimed director Scott Hansen. The video was shot for track "The Ruin" and can be viewed below:
New Jersey unsigned progressive power metal band Structure of Inhumanity, which is a project of keybaordist Jonah W. (Pyramaze, Written In Blood, Echoterra, Avian), has announced that they will be shooting two videos on January 9th and 10th with acclaimed director Scott Hansen in Virginia Beach, VA for the songs "Red Ashes" and "The Ruin."